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Add to Cart. Originally published in , it immediately became, and has remained, the definitive dictionary of the Coptic language. Each word is given with variant word-forms, its context in English summary, the original or equivalent words in Greek, and illustration of its use.
Indexes of English, Greek, and Arabic words are also provided. The new Foreword by James M. Robinson provides the reader with an up-to-date summary of the current state of Coptic studies. There is in fact no replacement for 'Crum. Contributors - Walter E. Crum James M. Robinson Anne Moore. Crum was a Fellow of the British Academy and received an honorary doctorate from the University of Berlin.
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